Herman VI, Margrave of Baden

Herman VI, Margrave of Baden

Herman VI (c. 1226 – October 4, 1250) was Margrave of Baden from 1243 until his death.

In 1248, he married Gertrud, the niece of the last male member of the Babenberg family, Duke Frederick II of Austria, and on the basis of that marriage claimed the Duchies of Austria and Styria. However, Herman and his son Frederick could not establish themselves in Austria.

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